• “Would you bet your life’s savings or what’s in your children’s college fund on tomorrow’s weather forecast? If not, then why should this country bet billions on global warming predictions that have even less of a foundation?”
    • “Actions speak louder than words” and if you want to know what’s wrong with America’s public schools look no further than our nation’s Capital were nearly 50% of Senate and House members send their kids to private schools.
    • Racism in America isn’t dead, rather it’s being kept on life support by politicians & race hustling organizations like BLM.
    • The word ‘racism’ is like ketchup. It can be put on practically anything.
    • When a black person uses the term white privilege what they are really saying is that my view as a white person is less valuable because I have not experienced what blacks have experienced.
    • When white people use the term white privilege its usually virtue signaling and is being used a cudgel rather than an attempt to open a reasoned discussion.
    • How can the government hector citizens that they have a moral obligation to be vaccinated, when it does not ask vaccinations of unvetted refugees flying in from Afghanistan or from the more than one million illegal aliens entering this country from our southern border – and why doesn’t the media talk about it?
    • I have never met anyone who can provide a speck of hard evidence regarding the benefits of “diversity”.
    • The military has long been a bastion of traditional, nonpartisan service, whose prime directive was to defend the country, win any war it was ordered to fight, and maintain deterrence against opportunistic enemies.  So, one would have hoped General Mark Miley and the Joint Chiefs would have been as animated  in congressional testimony about deterring the Chinese as they were in defense of the Marxist-inspired critical race theory.
    • Since 1789 the average life span of national constitutions world-wide has been 19 years,
    • A constitution is more than just an institutional charter; it’s also representative of a a culture—a set of sentiments, habits and assumptions that permeates and animates an otherwise lifeless document. Vis-à-vis the previous bullet point, how much more time do you think this nation has left?
    • No complex and sophisticated society is sustainable with a Maoist creed of cannibalizing citizens for thought crimes.
    • The word infrastructure has now been expanded to include almost anything the left wants except roads and bridges. In its latest iteration less than 5 percent of those dollars will go to traditional road and bridge projects
    • The media takes Trump literally but not seriously, while his supporters took him seriously but not literally.
    • The national surge of criminal violence is a direct result of politicians handcuffing cops and preventing them from making arrests because of race.  With nonwhite Americans making up the vast bulk of both crime victims and suspects, restricting cops will mean more victims among the very people this administration claims it wants to help.
    • Few politicians practice the diversity they preach. A 2015 study found that African Americans accounted for less than 1 percent of top staffers in the Senate.  When former Alabama Sen. Doug Jones appointed a black chief of staff in 2018, he was the only Democrat to have one.
    • People change, they evolve; but the definition of the word evolve tells us that it means to change or develop slowly with the emphasis on slow and gradual. But Joe Biden’s transformation has been anything but slow and gradual and his radical views on race, climate, inner-city violence have been wholesale reversals, should compel us to ask why and if this is a matter of diminished capability or if someone is pulling his strings?
    • Admiration & respect are the two essential ingredients for any positive, long-term relationship to exist; if either of those qualities are lacking, a viable relationship is impossible.

Quote of the day: You know, there’s a uh, during World War II, uh, you know, where Roosevelt came up with a thing, uh, that uh, you, was totally different than a, than the, the, it’s called, he called it the, you know, the World War II, he had the war – the War Production Board”Joe Biden, 46th President of the United States.

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